DrDrewSo that others may surf.
|reply to Gyp Tompson |
Re: [Signals] COMCAST said my E2500 router is causing leakage.
said by Gyp Tompson :That would probably be best. Let customer service know you were tagged for "signal leakage" inside the house.
So, what can I do on my end to troubleshoot? I don't have the tools they have nor do I have the knowledge. Should I just give comcast a call and set up an appointment for them to come out?
Two is one, one is none. If it's important, back it up... twice. Even 99.999% availability isn't enough sometimes.
OK, I'll let them know. So are there any questions I need to specifically ask them? Or any info I need to come back and provide for you all?
|reply to DrDrew |
Really now ?